Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 21, 1960 · Page 2
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 2

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1960
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday. December 81. I960; School; Speaker II. Dale Bachelder; j. j Scripture Verse, Grade 7; Becita- Castalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter PfefEcr. 9:30 a. Saturday—No choir: no Confirmation classes. Saturday, 7:30 p. m.—Christmas program. • Sunday. Christmas day m. —Sunday School. 10:30 a. m. — Worship Service, Communion. 8:00 p. m.—Christmas message in film. Christmas Eve Service .December 24, 7:30 p. m. Organ Prelude — Shirley Blum hagen. Processional, "Oh, Come, Little Children"—Congregation and children. Scripture and Prayer — Pastor Walter Pfeffer. Hymn, "Joy to the World"—Con gregation. Scene 1—The Family at Christ mas Time: Father and Mother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt Connie Svendsen; Susan Timmorman, Michael O'Hara; Kindergarten I Reading; Kindergarten H Reading; Song, "Away in a Manger", Nursery and Kindergarten Classes. Scene III—The Angels: Speaker 2. Bean Sehutte: Song, "How Glad I Am Each Christmas Eve." Sunday School; Speaker 3. Larry Svendsen; Song, "Little Children, Can You Tell?", Grade 3: Speaker 4. Lowell Corlett; Angels' Hymn, "From Heaven Above to Earth I Come"; Angels. Julie Monroe, Barbara Szabo, Kathy Timmerman, Vicky Meyer, Ann Svendsen. Scene IV—The Shepherds at the Manger: Mary, Linda Sehutte: Joseph, Dean Monroe; Shepherds, Clinton Schnuelle, Harlan Stee, Jr., Roger Koenig, Stanley Anderson: Speaker 5, Craig Mundt: Recitation, Donald McKee; Recitation, Grade 1; Hymn, "Silent Night," Congregation and Children. Scene V—The Shepher Tell the Story: Speaker 6, Stanly Brandt; Speaker' 7, Chuck Sehutte; Song, "In a Tiny Manger", Grades 1 and 2. Scene VI — The Wise Men: Speaker 8, Gary Timmerman: Song, "In the Wintry Heaven", Conflr- ... mation Class Girls; Wise Men, Carol, [ Bradley Brandt, John McKee, Leon Debbie | Bachelder. Scene VTT — Offering for Jesus: tions, Terry Szabo, Dennis Koenig, Craig Wander. Prayer—Grade 8. Offering — For Lutheran Children's Home. Waverly. Closing Hymn. "Let Us All with Gladsome Voice" — Congregation and Children. Prayer and Benediction — Pastor Pfeffer. Recessional and Postlude. BIG-FOUR BOWLING ASSOCIATION ••••••••••••••••• Monday Night Ladies League Won Lost Wander; Bobby, Richard Brandt Scene n—Our Love Gifts: Nur- Speaker 9, Jim McKee; Speaker 10, sery Class Reading; Speaker I ,Ro- Roger Monroe; "What Can I Give r>ert Koenig, gift bearers, Becky Him?" and Prayer verse, Sunday 8 i I V Most men would like to (jet A new pair of stacks to mix or match with his sport jackets will help make Christmas a lot merrier for your favorite man. We have the newest styles in a wide array of colors. $ 6 98 TO $1998 III III II lltlll 11 Ml MM lltltf 1111111)1111111*111 iMMtitifiiitiiiiHii • minimi Open Nightly til Christmas Eve nimmtmiiiiimitimiitnimiiimimiimHimMiifHiimiHH tmtmiiimiMMimiim I Anderson's Clothing "On -the Corner" I S Phone 86 4-3313 Postville, Iowa I R R ! s R 1 R a R R R R R fl R R 1 % % R i I E. U. B. Church Rev. .Ernest E. Burch Sunday, 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. Saturday, 7:30 p. m.—Christmas program. Other Castalia News. Mrs. Clifford Stee was hostess to the Embroidery club Friday afternoon. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts. They revealed their secret pals and drew new names for 1961. A potluck supper was served. Those pTesent were: Mrs. Lena Perry and Mrs. Damond Meyer of Postville, Mrs. Ralph Schultz of Ossian, Mrs. Ernest Schweinefus, Mrs. Carlaus Meyer, Mrs. John Kluss, Mrs. Fred Everman, Mrs. Clara Koenig, Mrs. Thomas "Monroe and Mrs. Lafe Lampman. Mrs. Ray Schara joined the club. Mrs. Walter Pfeffer was a guest. The W. S. W. S. of the E. U. B. church met at the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Burch on Wednesday afternoon. The Christmas lesson was presented 'by Mrs. Florence Albright. Lunch was served by Mrs. Milton Koenig and Mrs. Louis Brandt of Postville. Dwayne Reisner attended the annual Christmas party of the Catholic Order of Foresters Sunday, at Fort Atkinson. Mrs. Albert Snitker of Waukon visited Monday in the Vernon Kamp home. Neighbors and friends gave a farewell surprise party for Mr and Mrs. Lafe Lampman. -They will soon be moving to Postville. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs, Thomas Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schweinefus, Mrs. Clara Koenig Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Blumhagen. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sphar and Leonard Bareis. Potluck lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reckward were Sunday dinner guests in the Elwood Blue home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weller and Candy of McGregor were Thursday evening guests in the Clifford Stee home. Lulu Campbell of Decorah and Mrs. C. R. Winn of Fort Atkinson visited Friday in the 'John Kluss, Ward Bachelder and William Timmerman homes. Tuesday afternoon guests in the Will Schave home were Leo and Lucille Schave of Ossian, Mrs. Miller and George Schave of Decorah and Mrs. Henry Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meyer called Thursday afternoon. Kathleen Pixler of near Luana called Sunday evening. Mrs. Kenneth Schroeder and Jackie called at the Art Schroeder home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eberling of Postville spent Sunday night with Mrs. Minnie Mundt, Verla, Gary and Mrs. Esther Schroeder. Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt was a Wednesday dinner guest of Mrs. R. W. Engelhardt in Monona. Will Schave visited Friday afternoon with Glen Pixler, who was a patient in the Prairie du Chien hospital. Lois Everman and Carmen Corlett, students at Allen Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, spent the weekend in their parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szabo and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Schultz, Steven and Stanley, left this morning to spend Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. Earl Smith and family and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wander and family in San Bernadino. California. R. E. A., 4—Hall Roberts' Son, 0 State Bank, 4—Walnut Grove, 0 Marianna, 4—Hygrade, 0 Hi-Way Lanes, 3—Postville F„ 1 Olson's, 3—Frnnkville, I Groth, 2— Drahn Impl.. 2 High series— Keith Brainard, 050 Eugene Collins, 621; Lyle Groth 609; LaVern Krambeer, 60S; Lec Tom Wilko, 600; Elmer | Heidelberg National League 50 Hy-Ltnc Don's Jewelry ™ Knceskern Mink Farm Ossian Lange's Sports Castalia - Leo'Postvnle Lumber Co. 32 31 31 26 24 24 14 26 32 33 33 38 40 40 First education of, U. S. was i„ lhc . ' where they were i and sew, but not aQ Tindell's Shoes 41 Hoth-T-Birds 41 Tuck's 30 Groff Drug 30 Home Oil Co 25 Darling's 25 Luana Savings Bank 24 Heidelberg Gardens 24 High series—Dorene Becker. 542; Mrs. Leslie Poesch, 536; Mrs. LeRoy Thompson, 525. High game—Dorene Becker, 211; Mrs. LaVern Krambeer, 210; Mrs. Keith Brainard, 207. Tindell's Shoes, 4—T-Birds, 0. Home Oil Co., 4—Savings Bank, 0 Groff Drug, 3—Tuck's, 1 Heidelberg, 3—Darling's. 1. —Mrs. Carl Schmidt, secretary Ball, 601; Eib, 600. High line—Leo Ball, 246; Eugene Collins. 232; Elmer Erb, 229; Harold Peck, 228; Oscar Erickson. 228: Keith Brainard. 224, 216 and 210; Roger Fuelling. 224; Lyle Groth, 222; Tom Wilke. 221; Roger Henkes, 220; Carroll Kamin, 216; John Schultz, 214; Bill Nissen. 214. —Leonard Thoma, secretary. Church League .43 21 ..40 24 ..37 27 ..3fi',i 27Vi ...35 29 .33 31 Ossian. 3—Postville Lumber, 1 Mink Farm. 3—Castalia, 1 Hy-Line. 3—Lange's Sports. 1 Don's Jewelry, 3—Heidelberg. 1.1 High series—Carroll Kamin, 608; | Donald Olson, 601: Winfleld Masonhall, 582. • High lino —• Carroll Kamin, 236; | Donald Olson, 233; Lorenz Lenth, 226. —Leonard Thoma, secretary. | Friday Night Ladies League Strikettes 43 17 Funk's Construction 37 V* 22 W McGregor Electronics 34 26 Meadow Gold 34 26 Hi-Way Lanes 33 27 Cook's Rollettes 31Vi 28W, Ossian 31 29 Watkins Pinettes 31 29 Sal's Gals 25 35 Albright Oil Co 24 36 Hygrade 18 42 Baade's Grocery 18 42 Ossian, 3—Strikettes, 1 Sal's Gals, 4—Hi-Way Lanes, 0 McGregor Elec, 4—Pinettes, 0 Funk's Construction, 4—Baade's. 0 Cook's Rollettes, 4—Albright, 0. Hygrade, 3—Meadow Gold, 1. High Line—Mrs. Orville Winger, 194; Mrs. Dale Fichtel, 182; Mrs. Bill Possehl, 182: Mrs. Richard Becker, 179. High series—Mrs. Orville Winger and Mrs. Richard Becker, 497: Mrs. Eugene Doerring. 495; Mrs. Fred Martin, 490. High team games—Meadow Gold, 801: Funk's Construction, 781; Ossian, 780. High team series — Ossian. 2262; Hygrade, 2259; Cookls, Rollettes, 2235. —Mrs. Eugene Doerring, reporter. 32 37 29 46 Monona E. U. B Church Bowlers Monona Lutheran Postville Lutheran A . Farmersburg Lutheran Clermont Lutheran Luana Lutheran B 32"j 31 Vi Farmersburg Bowlers 29 35 Castalia Lutheran 28 Luana Lutheran A 27 Gunder Lutheran 21 Postville Lutheran B 18 E. U. B., 4—Luana L. A.. 0 Bowlers, 3—Postville L. A., 1 Farmersburg L., 3—Bowlers, 1 Monona L., 3—Luana L. B., 1 Clermont L., 3—Postville L. B„ 1 High series—Al Topel. 583; Harley Radloff, Sr., 566; Paul Sonn- kalb, 560. High line —Milton Schlein, 236; Vern Zieman, 223: Lloyd Schoulte and Charles Fiishback, 218. —Leonard Thoma. secretary. The trouble with the chronic borrower is that he always keeps everything but his word. INVEST , SERIESl ISAV1NGSB1 $500-$1,ooo, -$10,000 Redeemable aU Liberal yield— 3^ held to maturitil Interest paid \M twice a year 1 Order througj banker Ill .S. SAVINGS! American League * « • • Anderson's Clothing 53 11 Drahn Implement 49 15 Meadow Gold 47 17 Hi-Way Lanes 37 27 Olson's Diamonds 37 27 Ky's Clothing 37 27 Marianna Propane 35 29 Groth Packing Co 31 33 Walnut Grove 29 35 Citizens State Bank 28H 35V4 Willman Real Estate 28 36 Hall Roberts' Son 25 39 R. E. A 23 41 Hygrade Products 22 42 Frankville 19^ 44 H Postville Faculty 11 53 Ky's Clothing, 4—Anderson's, 0 Meadow Gold, 4—Willman's, 0 St Sure-to^ Town and Country ^League • * * » • Gunder D. X 44 20 Troian's Hy-Bred 40'i 23M. Wirkler Bros 384 25 M Ossian 37Vi 26 l i Postville State Bank 34 M 29 Hi Hi-Way Lanes 34 30 Halvorson's Insurance 34 30 Schave Garage 33 31 Luana Coop 3231 New York Life Insurance .32 32 G. & M. Transfer 31'4 36V& Riverside Garage 29 35 Taylor's Sinclair 27 37 Frank's Recreation 22'-i 41H Farm Bureau Ins 20'i 43'.4 Schroeder's Clothing 20 44 Hi-Way Lanes. 4—Luana Coop., 0 G & M. Transfer. 4—Frank's R., 0 Sinclair. 3—State Bank. 1 Schroeder's C, 3—Trojan's, 1 Ossian, 3—D.-X.. 1 New York Life. 3—Halvorson's, 1 Riverside. 2—Schave Garage, 2 Farm Bureau, 2—Wirkler Bros.. 2. High series—William Szabo, 595; Karl Schroeder, 594; William Kozelka. 587. High lino — Clarion Olson and Ray DeSotel. 242: William Kozelka. 233; Gordon Kregel, 231; Stanton Sawvell. 227: William Szabo. 226 Karl Schroeder, 226; Ronald Meisner, 220; Richard Osterhus. 222; Harley RadlofI, Sr., 220: Jess Ludeking, 218: Harold Preuss, 217; Virgil Kaiser, 217; John Palas, 214; Vern Kuenster, 211. —Leonard Thoma, secretary. Men are parlitij about the lies i wear, which it < we're so partial* show only the kimi /[$ ties that men favw, 1 [ / can choose gift tieslcV ) ... with assurance! 1 • IMPORTED SHI • Alt ties will be I end fesfive/y gift wji FILM AWARD "Autumn," an eight-minute film produced by two former State University of Iowa graduate students, has received one of four honorable mentions awarded by the San Francisco International Film Festival. STATEMENT OF THE POSTVILLE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL from November 1, 1959 to November 1, 1960 GENERAL FUND Balance on Hand. November 1, 1950 ? 25,120.*M Receiipts from Hospital Operation 71,978.80 Transferred from Maintenance Fund 1,220.S2 $101,320.45 Expenses for Hospital Operation S 69,893.28 Transferred to Building Fund 27,200.00 Balance on Hand, November 1, 1960 4,227.1 5101,320.4 BUILDING FUND Balance on Hand, November 1, 1959 5 S,046.56 Received from Pledges ^ 58,200.00 Transferred from General Fund 27,200.00 Memorials and Contributions 446.50 Payments from Hill-Burton Funds 122.000.00 Interest Received from Treasury Bills 765.33 Treasury Bond Interest 1,750.00 S218.40S.39 Paid on Building Contracts $214,416.63 Other Equipment and Miscellaneous •> 705.28 Balance on Hand, November 1, 1960 1 286 48 SUMMARY OF CASH ASSETS $218,408.39 U. S. Government Bonds ($70,000.) Cost .5 67 206 25 Memorial Fund 'yi5*25 General Fund Balance 4 227 17 Building Fund Balance l'">86'l8 The Armenians eat boiled spin­ as I ach on Christmas Eve because they R believe Mary ate the vegetable the g j night before Christ was born. MERRY CHRISTMAS TO AL/L! Arrow Shirts I If in doubt, give a man White Shirts for I Christmas, because there's no doubt that jj g any man can always use more of them than I he has. g Attested by: John Kittleson Len W. Casten Paul A. Sehutte Board of Trustees Respectfully submitted, M. F. CHEVALIER, Town Treasurer % 73,535.15 fltktllinilHIIIIIItlltltllUtlUtllllUII<lMllllllllllltlllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIlMI«llt(«lfllltllltllllllltlll (MIMII IIIIII nut Open % Nightly 'til Christmas Eve •fmrlllllflltlllinnilllltllllllHIIIIIIUIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIlllllltlllllllMIHIHtllttlltlllllllllllllfllfllllllllllllllllllll I Anderson's Clothing i Phone 86 4-3313 On the Corner" Postville, Iowa REFEREE'S SALE — OF — FARM LANDS As Referee's In Partition under Order of the District Court of Allamakee County, Iowa, we will sell on or before January 15th, 1961, for delivery March 1st, 1961, the 260 Acre Farm in Franklin Township, Allamakee County, Iowa, known as the Joseph H. Blietz Farm. All interested persons may contact either of the undersigned Referee's, for further detailed information as to terms, before the 15th day of January, 1961. H. T. ORR, MONONA, IOWA AND A. V. PALMER, WAUKON, IOWA REFEREES IN PARTITION. Open Nightly 'til Christmas' erson's Cloth'* "On the Corner" Phone 86 4-3313 Postvilfcj

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